Eisner also added the hashtag #science to his tweet, which apparently the 37-year-old wanted to hint at the fact that from a scientific point of view there are no grounds for not entering.
The American responded to a question from a Twitter user who wanted to know if there were active professionals who wanted Djokovic to participate. American colleague Tennys Sandgren agrees with Eisner.
Djokovic had already missed the Australian Open earlier in the year for the same reason. The Masters tournaments in Cincinnati and Montreal are also taking place in the run-up to the last Grand Slam tournament of the year without the Serbs.
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